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Are there any "brands" of credit cards that report to all three bureaus?
For example, I have a Chase card, a Discover, and a Capital One. My partner wants to get a card that reports to all 3 bureaus, to help build her credit score. Is there any way to research what bureaus a particular card reports to?

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Would think most big bank credit cards report to all three.  Chase, Citi, BoA WellsFargo etc...

When you get to some of the Private-Label Credit Cards / Dual Cards that might be a different story.   It all depends.

I do know that JCP, Old Navy, PayPal, TJX do report to all three.  These are cards from GECRB.

Good Luck to your partner.

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Thank you for your response! She did a lot of research this weekend and opted for a Discover card and a store card. Right now, 2 of her 3 scores are pretty decent, so she just wants to start getting some positive activity reporting, especially on the 3rd score.

We know it will take some time, but she's already come a long way, even in the past year. So that's very encouraging!

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